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The Story of South African Jazz is : where the first volume was chapterised in terms of "rays" or periods of peak, volume two is chapterising by region and ray...

The Story of SA Jazz Volume Two ... now in research phase ...
connecting the dots and filling in the gaps
The First Ray of South African Jazz  
Moses Sefatsa Durban living legend
Makaya Ntshoko Switzerland's African drummer
South African Jazz Diaspora in Italy
King Kong All African Jazz Opera - Glasser files
Multi cultural multi perspective of Sophiatown
Pennywhistle era
Todd Matshikeez style from Drum
Kippie Moeketsi writes
Interview with Stompie Menana
King Kong by Pat Williams
The Second Ray of South African Jazz : The Inxiles  
Vince Kolbe knowledge commons
Merton Barrow's Jazz Workshop keeps teaching
The Third Ray of South African Jazz  
Prince Lengoasa leads the Mzansi Music Ensemble
Bheki Mseleku is celebrated
Mabi Thobejane comes out firing
Hilton Schilder puts out a solo album
Fitzroy Ngcukana shares his experience
Lex Futshane UKZN to now
Graceland revival with Barney Rachabane
Sipho Mabuse 50 years in the industry and still going strong
The Fourth Ray of South African Jazz  
Zolani Mkhive praise poetry
The Melt2000 story
Last night at the Bassline
King Kong by Pat Williams
The Fifth Ray of South African jazz  
Etuk Ubong Nigerian Jazz Trumpet
Eric Duma trumpet player
Jessica Mbangeni praise poet
Kyle Shepherd new album
Kesivan Naidoo new venue
Mark Fransman sonic citizen gets out of an acoustic knot
Rainmakers bridge Swiss and SA jazz,
Octavia Rachabane supports the family dynasty
Siya Makuzeni multi genre approach
Brother Moves On and onwards ...
The Eternal Ray of South African jazz  
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